I like how the story plays with the idea that the theatrical world which has been analysed in great depth by pretty much everyone in history, or at least everyone who has taken an English Literature GCSE, can be summed up by one word "shagging". To the average person it shows all those professional critics we read in the papers as pretentious. However by the over use of the less common words in the English language it also reads as quite a pretentious piece. Perhaps this is an intentional irony that I've missed but for me I think that would put a lot of people off.
I've met people in the last week who thought Liam Neeson's appearance on "Life's Too Short" was the funniest thing they'd ever seen in their lives. And a few who thought it was as funny as their own child's funeral! That's what I love about comedy in particular - the wide array of responses: people live their lives, form their world views, and respond accordingly. It doesn't get fairer than that.
Many thanks for your feedback. I look forward to having a look at some of your own work.